Large and Spacious Family Home with Four Double Bedrooms and Magnificent Sea Views.
- Stunning Sea and Mountain Views
- Master Bedroom Suite with Balcony and Sea Views
- Further Three Double Bedrooms all Ensuite
- Large open-plan Sitting Room and Dining Room
- Well designed sunny Kitchen
- Utility Room
- Integral Double Garage
- Gardens with Terraced Sitting/Eating Area
Facing the sea and with a short walk down to the beach, Bryn
Glasfor is built of granite, and this continues in to the gardens with
the walls of the same stone.
The paved drive provides ample car parking and leads directly up
to the integral double car garage with its automatic roller doors.
The front door opens to a welcoming reception hall, which in turn
flows through to the large open-plan family sitting room, dining
room and kitchen. There is a wonderful, walk-in feature bay window
providing fabulous views over the sea. Once three rooms, it is now
combined to create an ideal space for entertaining as well as
family and holiday living.
A conservatory flows off the dining area and has the benefit of
double French doors, perfect for opening the space to the main
accommodation during the warm summer months. The fully fitted
kitchen with roof lights overhead and a window looking through to
the conservatory and onwards to the gardens is flooded with natural light.
Beyond the fully fitted kitchen is the utility room and cloakroom. Here too is the access to the
integral double garage with useful additional storage in the roof space.
From the Hall, stairs rise to the split-level landing. The principal bedroom has a
large balcony with glass panelling to enjoy the views. Stairs within
the bedroom lead up to a fabulous en suite bath and shower room.
Off the main landing are two further bedrooms each with their own
bathrooms and one with a walk-through dressing room. A spiral
staircase, which could with alterations, be a normal staircase leads
up to a further bedroom, presently used as an office and an ensuite bathroom.
The garden to the front of the house is sheltered, terraced and with
an attractive water feature. The garden room on the side of the
house is also a useful plant and store room and connects around
to the back of the house where steps lead up to a private terrace
and seating area.
Barmouth, the nearest town, on the River Mawddach estuary was
described by William Wordsworth as having “fine sea views in
front, the mountains behind, the glorious estuary running eight
miles inland, and Cadair Idris within compass of a day’s walk, Barmouth can always hold
its own against any rival”.
The town has a station which links Birmingham via Shrewsbury,
hence its historical links to the Midlands. A ship building town at one time,
today it has all the requirements of modern day living with further choices at Dolgellau.
The village of Llanaber also has a station and lies just outside the Snowdonia
Bryn Glasfor or Blue Hill in English is a perfect description,
for the colours of the mountain and sea which change dramatically, especially at sunset.